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deadlyshadow
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Problem Revoking...

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Hello

I want to clean install my PC's Windows, so I try to Revoke CXD Registration, but it has no effect, I revoked the registration but CXD is still registered,
what's wrong and what's the solution?


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Coral
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Re: Problem Revoking...

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Which version of CX are you using ?
Have you formatted your HDD ?

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Re: Problem Revoking...

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Coral wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 9:47 am
Which version of CX are you using ?
Have you formatted your HDD ?
Version 7.0.0.73

No I didn't format.

I think the problem is server side.

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Re: Problem Revoking...

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While installing, have you selected the 3 options for a clean installation ?
Reinstalling Windows over the old installation (without formatting) could leave the validation of CX active.

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Re: Problem Revoking...

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Coral wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 6:04 pm
While installing, have you selected the 3 options for a clean installation ?
Reinstalling Windows over the old installation (without formatting) could leave the validation of CX active.
It's a clean install of ConvertXtoDVD

I Just want to Revoke License :shock:

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